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Liberty Pewter Tea Service
Fine five piece English polished pewter tea service made by the Birmingham firm of WH Haseler for the Liberty of London store.
Consisting of a large oval twin handled tray, a teapot, hot water jug, milk jug and sugar bowl.
Both the teapot and hot water jug have the original wicker wrapped handles which are still in excellent condition.
Each piece is marked beneath ‘English Pewter’ and also bears the mark Solkets, this being the name used by Haseler for the items made for Liberty. All the pieces show the same pattern number 01011.
Circa 1910-15. The tray measures 53 X 32 cm and the tallest item, the water jug, is approximately 19 cm high.